January 21, 2020
Headlines of the Day
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- Telecom Stocks Mixed After SC Accepts Fresh Pleas On Statutory Dues
- Vodafone, Bharti Airtel To Be Affected As SC Rejects AGR Review Plea: Fitch Ratings
- TRAI Says Only Two Private Telcos In Industry Is A Risky Affair
- New Indian Law To Protect Foreign Investors To Exclude Tax Demands
- Jio Witnessed 22 Million Heavy Voice Subscribers Churn In Q3
- Vodafone Idea Jumps 15% As Telcos Seek Modification In AGR Ruling
- India’s Supreme Court Agrees To Hear Vodafone’s Plea Over Payments
- AGR Dues: Telcos Dial SC Again, Seek Change In 90-Day Payment Deadline
- International Tribunal Dismisses Claims Against India In 2G Licence Case: Government
- Indian Telephone Industries Plans To Raise Rs 1600-Crore Through FPO
- TRAI Deferring Zero-IUC Regime To Hit Voda Idea & Airtel, Benefit Jio
- Reliance Jio Launches UPI Payments On MyJio App
- Opera Offering Predatory Loans Via Android Apps In India
- AGR Case: Telcos File Petition With SC Seeking Extension To Payment Deadline
- CCI Approves Reliance’s Divestment Of Jio Tower Assets
- BharatNet Phase Two: Only 7.45% Of 1.5 Lakh Gram Panchayats Service Ready
- ITI’s Rs 1600 Crore FPO To Open On Friday
- India To See 1.5 Lakh Openings For Data Scientists In 2020
- Airtel, Google Cloud Partner To Boost Collaboration, Digital Transformation
- DoT Seeks Rs 48,000 Cr From Oil India In Dues; Company To Challenge In TDSAT
- 5G Rollout: Restricting Huawei May Cost India USD 4.7 Billion By 2035
- Voda Idea Stares At A Tough Path Ahead; Airtel Set To Gain: Analysts
- The Final Call
- After SC Rejects AGR Plea, Telcos Brainstorm On Paying Up To 20 Percent Dues
- DoT Examining If January 23 Deadline For AGR Payment Applies To Other PSUs
- RBI Seeks Moratorium On AGR For Telcos To Safeguard Banks
- AGR Verdict Aftermath: MFs, PFs Brace For Storm Over Vodafone Idea Debt
- Vodafone Idea’s Troubles Over Spectrum Dues Casts Shadow On More MF Schemes
- COAI Seeks Bare Minimum Regulation From TRAI: Rajan Mathews
- SC: Agreement Clearly Defines Gross Revenue
- Allowing Huawei For 5G Trials Will Make India Vulnerable Again: NITI Aayog’s Saraswat
- Reliance Jio (Q3 FY2019-20) Financial And Operational Performance
- TRAI Extended Time For Receiving Comments On Tariff Issues Of Telecom Services
- Vodafone’s India Demise Would Cause Wave Of Pain
- Newgen Software Reports PAT Of Rs. 24.0 Crores, Up By 33 Percent YoY
- Xiaomi To Launch Snapdragon 720G Phone In India
- HFCL Posts Rs 45.34 Crore Profit For October-December
- India Will Be Largest Global Software Development Base For OnePlus: CEO Pete Lau
- Softbank Infuses $103 Million Into IoT Solutions Company Skylo
- Japan To Develop Strategy For 6G Wireless Communication Networks Around 2030
- Huawei Chief Says US May Escalate But Confident On Business
- China Repeats Call On Canada To Release Huawei CFO Meng
- Highlights Of The Day: IT Firms Gearing Up For 2020
- Alphabet CEO Backs Temporary Ban On Facial-Recognition, Microsoft Disagrees
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